Are you tired of constantly switching SIM cards every time you travel abroad? Do you wish you could have two phone numbers on one device without the hassle of physical SIM cards? If so, then eSIM technology may be the solution for you.
In this video, we will walk you through the step-by-step process of setting up an eSIM on your iPhone. With an eSIM, you can enjoy the convenience of having two phone numbers on your device, without the need for a physical SIM card. Whether you’re a frequent traveler or simply looking for a more streamlined phone experience, eSIM technology can make your life easier.
The first step in setting up an eSIM is to check if your iPhone is compatible. Once you have determined that your device is compatible, you can purchase an eSIM data plan on the RedteaGO app. After making your purchase, click the activate button on the app and your phone will download the eSIM number and complete the installation, which may take some time.
Next, go to your device’s eSIM settings and select which number you want to use for calls. Since RedteaGO eSIM only provides network connection service, you should choose your original SIM card for phone calls. For iMessage and FaceTime data, we recommend using your original SIM card as well.
The most important step in the setup process is selecting which card to use for cellular data. If you have arrived at your destination, make sure to select the eSIM card you just installed. We suggest turning off allow cellular data switching to avoid roaming charges. If you have not yet arrived at your destination, select your original SIM card for now. After arriving at your destination, if you don’t need to use your original SIM card, go to the cellular section in your device’s settings, find the SIM card you want to turn off, and turn off data roaming. This way, you won’t be using your original SIM card’s data when abroad.
If you cannot connect to the internet, click Network selection, wait a few minutes, and then choose another network provider. Check if you can connect to the internet. If not, try toggling airplane mode on and off to improve the signal. If it still doesn’t work, move to different locations until you have enough signal bars to connect to 4G LTE. Finally, try restarting your device.
By following these steps, you can confidently install an eSIM on your iPhone and start enjoying the benefits of this technology. With eSIM, you can have the convenience of two phone numbers on one device, without the hassle of switching SIM cards. So why wait? Try eSIM today and experience a more streamlined phone experience. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to our channel for more helpful tech tips!